I went from zero to $1,018.15 in two short weeks
Washington Mills, NY (PRWEB) March 15, 2006
Rob Benwell was just an average college kid, but decided to drop out and tried starting a business online. A decision he hasn't regretted.
"I had dropped out of college, was deep in debt and was sick of all the hype of making money online", Rob said. "I had tried countless books and courses but was sadly disappointed again and again. Two months ago I stumbled across a discovery that excited me so much I couldn't sleep".
A blog is short for weblog. A weblog is a journal (or newsletter) that is frequently updated and intended for general public consumption. Blogs generally represent the personality of the author or the Web site. There are millions of blogs online and they are a popular way for people to read the opinions, views and sometimes outrageous theories of their authors.
But Rob wasn't at all interested in voicing his views or opinions to the public. He had an idea that blogs can be used to make money.
He spent weeks in front of his computer testing a hundred different ways to make money online, then a breakthrough came.
"Over the couple of weeks that followed I used this method in my spare time after work. I gave just a couple of hours per week to test it and see of it would work," Rob states.
Did it work? Did his late hours and strained eyes pay off? In fact, it worked very well. "I went from zero to $1,018.15 in two short weeks", Rob says confidently.
Over the next 30 days Rob refined his system and tested it as much as he could in his spare time. The result? Sales from his blog system continued to grow and soon he was making as much as $500 per day from his blogging system.
Even though blogs have become extremely popular online, the vast majority of their authors make no money at all. Most bloggers don't even think about making money with their blogs, they're in it for other more personal or professional reasons. But that didn't stop Rob Benwell from trying to make as much money as he possibly could from blogs.
Does Rob regret leaving college to become a blogger? Well, two benefits of his blog system, he says, is the ability to "…spend more time with family and friends and being financially secure."
I can't argue with that. Rob wants to help people so he wrote a detailed report about his blogging system and gave it a highly descriptive tilte, "Blogging To The Bank". For more information on Rob's unique system visit http://www1.WebReviewer.net